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LIBERTY — Retired William Jewell College professor Ed Chasteen, known around the community for his nonprofit, HateBusters, will be leading a celebration called the Human Family Reunion from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the Precious Blood Renewal Center, 2120 St. Gaspar Way, Liberty.

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Against the backdrop of mysterious child disappearances, Helen Hunt, along with her police detective husband and their teenage son, is enduring the aftermath of infidelity and trying to keep their family together, when strange things start to happen around their own home.

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KANSAS CITY NORTH — Katie Cordray loves the outdoors. Looking at her Facebook page, there are pictures of her climbing rocks and enjoying the great outdoors.

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Missouri State Parks offers gift cards so loved ones, friends and families can gift the love of the outdoors to others this holiday season. Cards can be used to pay for camping reservations and state park merchandise.

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CLAY COUNTY — Nearly 150 people filled a maintenance facility with excitement at Smithville Lake around 4 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 23. They were all there to get out into the wild and seek a big buck.

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LIBERTY — The Liberty Hospital Foundation will serve as hosts for the Remembrance Tree Ceremony from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, inside the Medical Plaza East lobby, 2529 Glenn Hendren Drive.

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LIBERTY — To fulfill the promises made to voters in Liberty who approved the April 2018 use tax by 70 percent, City Park will receive $2 million for major improvements including adding inclusive play structures. Needed Liberty Community Center improvements are being made for $1.5 million.

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Each year, various communities throughout the Northland celebrate the Christmas season with parades, tree lightings, music and other free, family-friendly entertainment. This year is no exception. While it may not be exhaustive, the following is a list of free holiday events taking place in …

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This will be sacrilege to "Never Trumpers," but Michael Bloomberg and Donald Trump share some similarities. It is true that Bloomberg's charitable foundation actually does good work, while Donald Trump had to pay a $2 million fine for basically using his for self-promotion. And it is true that Bloomberg has financed gun control efforts, while Trump, as president, has grovelled before the National Rifle Association.

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